New due diligence laws force companies to rethink human rights and anti-corruption compliance

September 17, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

This guide comes at a time when several jurisdictions will be introducing new regulations on human rights due diligence, such as Switzerland and the European Union. France implemented a Corporate Duty of Vigilance law in 2017 and the Netherlands has a new Child Labor Due Diligence law. This changing landscape is putting the spotlight on human rights compliance and causing companies to rethink their compliance and sustainability functions.


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